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I have a wharfedale L15t11W hd ready tv and cannot get a pc piclute the emachines and xp logo comes up then a blank screen with a blue box saying no support - whats the problem and how do I fix it?

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My first guess would be that the settings of the display are too high and not supported by the TV. Look in the owner's manual for the resolutions that are supported and set the monitor on the computer for one of those settings. The startup screen is always in the "lowest common" setting.

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